Now in their third year, the awards are fast becoming one of the primary benchmarks for real entrepreneurial success in Britain.
What we love about these awards is the fact that they are so inclusive - there are awards across all sectors and size of businesses, so there is bound to be one that would suit you!
This time around there are 16 categories, namely:
Great British Entrepreneur of the Year 2015
Manufacturer Entrepreneur of the Year 2015
Export/International Trade Entrepreneur of the Year 2015
Retail Entrepreneur of the Year 2015
Digital Entrepreneur of the Year 2015
Eco Entrepreneur of the Year 2015
Creative Industries Entrepreneur of the Year 2015
Fashion Entrepreneur of the Year 2015
Social Enterprise (UK) Entrepreneur of the Year 2015
Social Enterprise (International) Entrepreneur of the Year 2015
Small Business Entrepreneur of the Year 2015
Micro Business Entrepreneur of the Year 2015
Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2015
Start-up Entrepreneur of the Year 2015
Service Industries Entrepreneur of the Year 2015
Food and Drink Entrepreneur of the Year 2015
Entrepreneurs' Champion of the Year 2015
Pretty extensive list wouldn’t you agree? In fact, you may actually find that you could potentially fit more than one category and that’s perfectly fine if you do! Full details of the categories can be found on the GBEA site.
In terms of prizes, with these awards it’s all about the prestige. After all, the publicity and kudos that you’d get from winning would be most certainly invaluable.
Fancy your chances? Simply complete the online form on the GBEA website and then get crossing those fingers!
All entries must be in by 5pm on Friday 31st July 2015 so you admittedly have a little while yet - enough time then to check out the handy tips that the GBEA folk have put together for would-be entrants!
Best of luck to any of you who enter - we’ll be keeping our eyes and ears peeled on this one!
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